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Over Thirty Photos from Alien Raiders !

25 November 2008 | | See recent shocktillyoudrop news »

A throwback to the '80s is creeping up on us after the turn of the new year. A return to the unapologetically goopy, bladder-filled FX days. It's called Alien Raiders , director Ben Rock's feature debut coming to DVD February 17th. And despite being afflicted with a cheap title and sounding a bit close to the Bruce Campbell film Terminal Invasion this sixth film in the Raw Feed series, based on the whopping thirty-five production stills we've received, looks pretty awesome. We suggest you hop into our photo gallery now and see if you agree with us (you'll also find a hi-res look at the cover art). Rock, a Florida native who can claim to have created the "stick man" symbol for The Blair Witch Project , has dabbled in short films and short tie-in projects for films »

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My Name Is Bruce DVD Out On February 10th, 2009!

14 November 2008 6:16 AM, PST | | See recent Icons of Fright news »

Image Entertainment will release a special edition DVD and Blu-Ray of My Name Is Bruce (currently touring the country with star/director Bruce Campbell in tow) on February 10th, 2009. On top of the 16x9-enhanced 1.78.1 transfer with Dolby Digital 5.1 sound, the disc's features are as follows:

- Feature Commentary with Bruce Campbell and Mike Richardson

- Heart Of Dorkness

- Awkward Moments With "Kif"

- Bruce On...

- Cavealien 2 Trailer

- Beyond Inside The Cave: The Making Of "Cavealien 2"

- "Kif's" Korner

- Poster Art Gallery

- Props Art Gallery

- Photo Gallery

- The Hard Truth

- Love Birds

- Easter Eggs

- Trailer

The DVD will retail for a hefty $27.98, while the Blu-Ray will cost ya $35.98. (Recession, Image! Recession!) Written by Mark Verheiden, produced by Mike Richardson and directed by Bruce Campbell, My Name Is Bruce stars Bruce Campbell, (the gorgeous) Grace Thorsen, Ted Raimi, Ellen Sandweiss, Danny Hicks, »

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DVD Details for My Name is Bruce

13 November 2008 9:52 AM, PST | | See recent Dread Central news »

Though the word on the street is that, essentially, My Name is Bruce is not the be-all, end-all Bruce Campbell film we had been hoping for, that doesn’t mean it won’t go well with a six pack and a joint, does it? It does not, but you’ll be able to test that theory come February 10th when Image Entertainment releases the flick in both standard and Blu-ray formats.

Fangoria got the first look at the specs for the DVD, and they go a little something like this:

Commentary by Campbell & producer Mike Richardson “Heart of Darkness” featurette Awkward Moments with Kit Cave Alien 2 trailer “Beyond Inside the Cave: The Making of Cave Alien 2” Kit’s Korner Poster, props & photo galleries “The Hard Truth” “Love Birds” And if you’re really feeling a need for punishment with a big chin, Image will release the Sci Fi Channel epic Terminal Invasion, »

- Johnny Butane

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My Name Is Bruce DVDetails!

13 November 2008 9:31 AM, PST | Fangoria | See recent Fangoria news »

As Bruce Campbell tours the country with My Name Is Bruce (and seeing it with a packed house and the man himself is a must if you can; see details here), Image Entertainment has announced the specs for the DVD. Bruce hits disc February 10, as does the Campbell-starring Sci Fi Channel feature Terminal Invasion.

In addition to a 16x9-enhanced 1.78:1 transfer with Dolby Digital 5.1 sound, the My Name Is Bruce DVD will include:

• Audio commentary by director/star Campbell and producer Mike Richardson

• Heart of Dorkness making-of featurette

• Awkward Moments With “Kif”

• Bruce on…

• Cave Alien 2 trailer

• Beyond Inside the Cave: The Making of Cave Alien 2

• “Kif’s” Korner

• Poster art gallery

• Props art gallery

• Photo gallery

• The Hard Truth

• Love Birds

• Easter eggs

• Trailer

Retail price is $27.98; there will also be a Blu-ray for $35.98. Terminal Invasion, directed by Sean S. (Friday The 13th) Cunningham and set in a remote airport overtaken by aliens, »

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Deadmonton 08: Review of My Name Is Bruce

26 October 2008 1:24 PM, PDT | | See recent QuietEarth news »

Year: 2008

Release date: October 26, 08 (limited)

Director: Bruce Campbell

Writers: Mark Verheiden

IMDb: link

Trailer: link

Review by: agentorange

Rating: 7 out of 10

Somewhere, amid the noise of clattering beer bottles and the howler monkey antics of the festival crowd, films played. Welcome to Deadmonton, a truly alternative film festival where a fight is probably breaking out in the back of the room and head curators Matt Acosta and Derek Clayton will have no problem standing up at the front of the crowd to tell everyone to "shut the f#%$ up or get the f#^$ out." A fest where crowd pleasers like Tokyo Gore Police and Treevenge rock the house between retro grindhouse trailers and live, if somewhat sedate, burlesque performances. Oh wait, did I forget to mention they also managed to score the Canadian premiere of Bruce Campbell's hilarious new film, My Name is Bruce? Yeah, even before its premiere »

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